George Floyd Statements

  1. Facing ‘the Canadian blindness to racism’: A statement from the Black Anglicans of Canada
    Posted Jun 19, 2020
    Br. Reginald Martin Crenshaw, OHC
  2. Canada: Bishops issue statement on church’s commitment to confronting racism
    Posted Jun 10, 2020
  3. Trump brandishing a Bible ‘an act of idolatry,’ says former Archbishop of Canterbury
    Posted Jun 5, 2020
  4. New Jersey Coalition of Religious Leaders Pen ‘No Time for Retribution’ Op-Ed
    Posted Jun 5, 2020
    Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey
  5. Statement from the Province III bishops of The Episcopal Church
    Posted Jun 4, 2020
  6. Statement from the Province IV Bishops of The Episcopal Church
    Posted Jun 4, 2020
  7. Statement of the National Council of Churches on Protests Across the Country
    Posted Jun 4, 2020
  8. Newark Bishop: What direction shall we choose as health crisis and racism intersect with faith and politics?
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  9. Southern Ohio Bishop: Stay focused on our call
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  10. New York Bishops on President Trump’s use of St. John’s Lafayette Square as a political prop
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  11. Maryland Bishop’s statement on the current crisis
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  12. New England Bishops respond to President Donald Trump’s photo op
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  13. Western North Carolina Bishop’s letter on deep-seated racism
    Posted Jun 2, 2020
  14. Episcopal Urban Caucus decries the sin of white supremacy in the age of COVID-19
    Posted Jun 1, 2020
  15. Atlanta Bishop’s statement on the killing of George Floyd and the resulting demonstrations in Atlanta an...
    Posted Jun 1, 2020
  16. Diocese of Maryland Truth and Reconciliation Commission statement
    Posted Jun 1, 2020
  17. Episcopal Peace Fellowship statement on George Floyd
    Posted Jun 1, 2020
  18. Long Island Bishop Provenzano’s statement on the sin of white supremacy
    Posted Jun 1, 2020
  19. Presiding Bishop’s Word to the Church: When the Cameras are Gone, We Will Still Be Here
    Posted May 30, 2020
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
  20. Massachusetts Bishop Suffragan Gayle E. Harris on the continuing power of racism and xenophobia
    Posted May 29, 2020